This spring, adam staff will be donning their helmets to cycle 54 miles from London to Brighton on Friday 20th May in support of the Brain & Spine Foundation.
The team are aiming to raise £5000 for the charity which will go towards supporting people with over 470 neurological disorders from first symptoms, diagnosis and to treatments.
8 staff members will be cycling on the day including Brogan Archer, Nick Pearson, Ben Cater, Mike Thornely, Amber Quinn, Louise Wheeler and Matthew Taylor. With Chris Wilson, James Redgate, David Richardson, Kay-leigh Crosby and Emma Simms supporting from home on personal exercise bikes.
Those cycling on the day will be pedalling from Clapham Common, London and finishing at Brighton Beachfront, with everyone participating cycling 54 miles in total.
CEO, Chris Wilson and Sales & Marketing Director, James Redgate who are cycling from home, have pledged to cycle even further and will be doing 100 miles over the week.
Sales Development Manager, Brogan Archer, who organised the event with the adam Charity Champions, said “Sadly a handful of individuals at adam have experience dealing with different neurological conditions whether that be their family members, friends, or personally. Conditions include, Dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Brain Tumour, Epilepsy and more. Therefore, we have chosen to cycle for the Brain and Spine Foundation. I was diagnosed with MS in 2019 and wish that I knew about this amazing charity sooner!”
Stay tuned for updates and to find out more information about how you can support the team, visit the adam charity bike ride fundraising page.
About the Brain and Spine Foundation
The Brain & Spine Foundation is the only UK-wide charity providing information and support for every one of the over 470 neurological disorders which affect 1 in 6 people in the UK.
Their expert services are there for people at every stage, from first symptoms, diagnosis, treatments and in the long term.
Neurological conditions and associated treatments are often complex and poorly understood by those affected and their families. Many people wait a long time for diagnosis while living with ongoing symptoms and the anxiety of not knowing what the future holds. The Brain & Spine Foundation exists to provide information, answer questions, reduce anxiety and to inform choices.
The charity is entirely funded by voluntary donations from our supporters they receive no government funding.
Discover more about the charity here.